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Amanda Davis is a teacher, artist, writer, and innovator. After losing her father at the age of twelve, Amanda turned to art and writing as an outlet. It became her voice. A way to cope. A way to escape. And a way to tell her story. She was thus inspired to teach art and pursue her passion for writing and illustrating children's books. Through her work, Amanda empowers younger generations to tell their own stories and offers children an entryway into a world of discovery. A world that can help them make sense of themselves, others, and the community around them. A world where they can navigate, imagine, and feel inspired—over and over again. When she’s not busy creating, you can find her hanging out in nature, petting dogs, and sipping tea. Amanda lives in the Boston area with her partner and rescue pup, Cora.

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30,000 Stitches:
The Inspiring Story of the National 9/11 Flag

Illustrated By: Sally Wern Comport

Discover the inspiring story of the American flag that flew over Ground Zero, traveled across all fifty states as it was repaired, and returned to New York, a restored symbol of unity.

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